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Nokia 6300 Vodafone Pre-Pay / Pay As You Go Mobile Phone

Manufacturer: Nokia

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  It's OK

| | See all shargazer's reviews (23)

Hmm, Im still on the fence about this phone. Ive just bought it, to replace my old W810i, and ive got to say, i wish i'd bought another W810i. The camera on this is really poor, even though both this and the sony ericsson are 2mp cameras, this one is really grainy.
The other let down is the volume of message tones, you cannot hear when you have a text, and the navigation keys are quite hard to use. The phone itself, although being slim, is quite long, but it does look smart in silver.
Its a good looking phone, but if you like taking pictures (decent ones) and if you like your music without distortion, then id recommend buying the sony ericsson W810i. Wish i hadnt wasted my money

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  re: usb cable

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Yeah great phone, best for price.

To Cymrula, a USB cable isn't included with this phone. You can either pay nokia an extra £12 for what I think should be included or you can use the memory card. I would recommend the second option (if you already have a card reader or dont mind spending £5-10 on one - also useful for digital photography), as you get the added memory. If you have already bought a mini SD card all you need is a card reader for your PC. If not, again they are about £10-12 for a 1GB Sandisc one (from mobile shops), which includes a regular size SD Card with a slot to put your mini ones in. Then you can just copy/download your files - I just copied and pasted music files straight into it. Good luck.

  Easy to use

| | See all doggy1's reviews (60)

This phone is just like all Nokias except you can use the Internet where ever you go. Also you can use it as a reciever for the Internet, but that is slow. With an MP3 player, 2MP camera, video, radio, bluetooth, etc. Its a must have and is exceptionally easy to navigate through.
Extra functions include a calculator, stop watch, calender and an alarm clock. Any SD card can be placed to expand the memory on the phone. One of the best around as it does not have overally touch senceative buttons like some phones

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  Surprisingly Good!

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When this phone first come onto the market I didn't actually think anything of it as it seemed pretty average. In the last year I have had the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W880i, Sony Ericsson W580i, Sony Ericsson K550i, LG Chocolate and a Samsung U600. Why have I had so many handsets??? I get bored easy!!!

Anyway, the Nokia 6300 is probably the most basic of all the phones I've had but is certainly my favourite. I don't know what but theres something about this phone that makes me want to hang onto it. It could be the simplicity itself!!!

The Nokia 6300 is packed full of the lastest technology: Camera, Bluetooth, Radio, MP3, Email, Calendar, Internet...

I use an Apple Mac so didn't know if the Nokia would be able to sync with my .mail account. But it does!!! Most Samsung & Sony Ericssons also sync with .mail.

Although it seems I have had more expensive phones, I prefer something that doesn't make a fuss and is discreet without having to pay silly money for. At under £80.00 it is certainly a good buy.

The Nokia 6300 is a good size, when I had the N95 it was always a problem with having it in my pocket.

With all the previously hansets I've always had small issues - Nokia N95: Loss Slider & Big - W880i: Poor Signal Strength - W580i: Chunky & Plastic - Samsung U600: Looks Girly - LG Chocolate: Buttons Too Sensitive.

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  Best phone for the money

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This phone is awsome for the money, by far the best pay as you go for under £100, i brough it because i broke my contract phone, now im tempted to keep it

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  Nokia 6300, Almost Perfect - but not quite

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I had a Nokia 6230i which I'd come to know in and out when I got upgraded to the 6300. The camera is better, the screen is lovely and big, all seems great. Once you use it for a little while thought I've found 2 things are not as good as my old 6230i, the battery life isin't nearly as good, standby perhaps 2-3days instead of a week and the voice dialing is terrible unless you sound like Stephen Hawkins - you can train it but only by saying the name and selecting from it's (mad) list of matches. The old 6230i you could train directly - they must fix this on the next version then I'd give it 5 stars. The unit I got has a USB port but getting to it is difficult - it's tight as hell, but works fine ( had to take the cover off and use a screwdriver ), Bluetooth etc works great though.

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  great phone

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really good phone. got good sound, very bright screen, god special effects with the camera. it does have a usb slot. it is just difficult to open, you have to do it from the other side. good phone

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  No USB connection

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Ive just bought the 6300. Dont seem to have a USB connection. Did anyone else get one? Replay asap ! x

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